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Leaking carb on Ford 850

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Don M

03-09-2000 06:31:20




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While using our 850, left tractor idling for a period and when came back tractor started acting like it wanted to backfire and run rough. Parked over night and checked it this AM. Noticed gas dripping off the bottom of sediment bowl knurled nut. It appears to originate at top of carb above the sediment bowl. This has just suddenly happened. I have not had time to try tightening things yet. The tractor starts and runs fine otherwise. Any ideas or possible solutions are appreciated

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Roger

03-09-2000 18:42:45




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 Re: leaking carb on Ford 850 in reply to Don M, 03-09-2000 06:31:20  
Maybe floats stuck



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Don M

03-10-2000 06:46:39




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 Re: Re: leaking carb on Ford 850 in reply to Roger, 03-09-2000 18:42:45  
Thanks for the suggestion. When I had time, I dried off everything to see if I could tell what part was actually leaking. it appeared that the small red washer type gasket that the bolt which connects the sediment bowl to the carb was deteriorated. I tightend the bolt and stopped the leak. I have purchased replacement gaskets and will fix this weekend. Apparently there was enough vibration from the loader work that it loosened up.

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